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Poster: Jungle Jane Date: Jun 7, 2009 5:31pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: A BOY AND HIS DOG

I suggest reading the thread pointed to in the first post.

Harlan Ellison himself has addressed this issue so if your interested in hearing what he has to say about this check it out.

What i get from it is that he's not putting the IA on his hit list and that he has never made any money of the film and he doesn't expect to.

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Poster: guyzilla Date: Jun 8, 2009 10:42am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: A BOY AND HIS DOG

So does this mean the film could be put back up or should it be left out. I would tend to lean toward caution myself. I think this is a very interesting question concerning copyright/public domain. If an item's status is questioned, should the matter be looked into to see if the claim is valid, or should the item be taken down without question just to play it safe? I don't think that's an easy question.

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Poster: Ganbachi Date: Jun 9, 2009 3:44am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: A BOY AND HIS DOG

I read Ellison's post and think it definitely should go back up. The only reason it was taken down was because someone on another forum told someone it was there and he said 'I don't care'. The evidence is that the film is PD. Put it back up.

I've got a divx copy I can upload if it's necessary.

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